Definition of Pamphylia in English:

Pamphylia

Syllabification: Pam·phyl·i·a
Pronunciation: /pamˈfilēə
 
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An ancient coastal region of southern Asia Minor, between Lycia and Cilicia, to the east of the modern port of Antalya.

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Pamphylian

Pronunciation: /pamˈfilēən/
adjective & noun
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  • He had specially referred to the experience of a Greek warrior, Er the Pamphylian, who was fatally injured in a battle but came back to life before cremation.
  • In the late seventh century BCE, Greek settlers from Cyme built Side on a rocky promontory on the Pamphylian shore.
  • In the early research this sanduka was understood to be an example of the sarcophagi produced in the Pamphylian workshops.

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